It was a year of surprises. Nineteen-ninety-five was the hottest year and showed an anomaly of 0.4
There is new evidence that the human brain does not generally disintegrate with advancing age. And that even if it does, the maladies are curable
Superconducting technology is being used in the US to improve noise performance and voice quality of cellular phones. A US-based company, Ameritech Cellular Services, has reported excellent results
Although considerable progress has been made towards the complete eradication of polio by the year 2000, the fact remains that polio cannot be eliminated anywhere unless it is eliminated everywhere.
The results of a recent research nullifies the evil reputation of the cholera bacterium, and convicts the virus called ctx as responsible for the deadly disease
Antarctic krills, small shrimplike creatures, have adopted special mechanisms to avoid turbulence. According to Konard Welse, a zoo
A drug which functions in a unique fashion is being used to cure small cell lung cancer in the UK. Researchers are looking for further uses of this drug
Ants, who else! Fire ants were believed to communicate mainly through pheromones -chemical signalling messages. Researchers also knew that the insects made sounds, whose function they were
There is striking new evidence that the lollier pollier the expectant mom, the more the chance of the kid being born with severe abnormalities
Crippled Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) could be useful in gene therapy, says Inder Verma, a gene therapy specialist at the Salk Institute in California, USA. Retroviruses, the family to
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
How green is green?
Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion